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Video: What's inside the Titanic?


Jared Owen writes:

I first learn about the Titanic in grade school - ever since then it has always fascinated me! I've watch a TON of documentaries but non of them really give a full 3D tour of the ship. So I decided to do it myself😁 I bought a good 3d model but then I had to create the inside with all 10 of the decks! I modeled the walls, furniture, and machinery. I obviously didn't capture every single detail but I got most of the major ones! Almost 3 months of hard work. A lot of fun, but I'm ready for a nap now😂 Enjoy and please share with me what you think!

About the Author

Jared Owen

I make 3D animations about how things work and post them to youtube!


  1. Michael Sheeler on

    Your video of the Titanic was a great thing to stumble upon. I am currently doing a similar project of the old sailing ship, the HMS Victory. I was hoping for more of a video on HOW you approached this project, how you organized your files and folders, I assume within Blender, and what did you use to structure the compositing for the animation. I was going to comment on your YouTube channel but seeing how many people replied there I realized that you probably would not see my post or have time to reply.

    I am primarily a modeler in Blender so the animation and rigging and compositing and preparing for export into something like Unreal Engine are my new learning hurdles.

    I am 74 and this is my retirement project for the next few years. I can use all the pointers and advice anyone can offer me. I was an illustrator for over 50 years.

    Whether or not you can take the time to offer me any advice on organizing etc, I just want to say, "nice job" on the Titanic build and video. I enjoyed it and it gave me a number of ideas. Thanks Jared.

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